Great street art of 2012 by Anorak | 19th, November 2012 GREAT Street art: Spotter: StreetUtopia Anorak Urban Cityscapes Spray Painted on Cardboard Panels by EVOL German street artist EVOL (previously) is currently showing a number of new pieces at Jonathan LeVine gallery. The new works feature urban facades spray painted with the use of stencils on flat sheets of cardboard. Much like his outdoor graffiti, these stencils display an uncanny attention to detail, depicting light and shadow that transforms mundane surfaces of consumer packaging into fascinating, seemingly multi-dimensional pieces of art. The show runs through May 5th.
The Mirror Effect Of The Empath And Why Some People Instantly Dislike You We have all experienced it, being around someone who has either taken an instant dislike to us, or a bizarre resentment suddenly appears in those we have known for some time. There may be no clear reason for this change in their behaviour. No matter whether they try to hide their feelings or not, an Empath can sense their loathing and it does not feel good! Bill Domonkos This is a collection of stereo prints by Bill Domonkos that combine found vintage stereograms and 3Dcomputer graphics. You can view these images in 3D by using the Free-Vision Fusion (Cross-Eyed) Method. 1. Sit with the image directly in front of you, at about arm's length. Honoré Daumier Honoré-Victorin Daumier (French: [ɔnɔʁe domje]; February 26, 1808 – February 10, 1879) was a French printmaker, caricaturist, painter, and sculptor, whose many works offer commentary on social and political life in France in the 19th century. Daumier produced over 500 paintings, 4000 lithographs, 1000 wood engravings, 1000 drawings and 100 sculptures. A prolific draughtsman, he was perhaps best known for his caricatures of political figures and satires on the behavior of his countrymen, although posthumously the value of his painting has also been recognized. Life Daumier was born in Marseille to Jean-Baptiste Louis Daumier and Cécile Catherine Philippe.
Street Art In the first commission to use the building’s iconic river façade, and the first major public museum display of street art in London, Tate Modern presents the work of six internationally acclaimed artists whose work is intricately linked to the urban environment: Blu from Bologna, Italy; the artist collective Faile from New York, USA; JR from Paris, France; Nunca and Os Gemeos, both from São Paulo, Brazil and Sixeart from Barcelona, Spain. You can also take the Street Art Walking Tour: an urban tour of site-specific art from a group of five Madrid-based street artists: 3TTMan, Spok, Nano 4814, El Tono and Nuria – a map will be available in the gallery. Interactive Art & Computational Design / Spring 2011 » Search Results » blender JamesMulholland-Project4-reGenerativeCityscape The reGenerative Cityscape grows an abstract group of buildings gradually and continuously meanwhile fading older buildings into the backdrop. The characteristics are based off of three primitive building structures while the dimensions of each building vary randomly. Suicidator (for Blender): a considerably more complex 3D generative city.
Future - Why our facial expressions don’t reflect our feelings While conducting research on emotions and facial expressions in Papua New Guinea in 2015, psychologist Carlos Crivelli discovered something startling. He showed Trobriand Islanders photographs of the standard Western face of fear – wide-eyed, mouth agape – and asked them to identify what they saw. The Trobrianders didn’t see a frightened face.
Brandalism: Street artists hijack billboards for 'subvertising campaign' - Features - Art Among your comments were: “I love an intelligent response to advertising. Who asked the public if we want our faces filled with adverts as we walk the streets?” and “Hooray! Metropolis - George Grosz The transformation of the city into a vast metropolis was one of the subjects that most fascinated early twentieth-century painters, and Grosz was no exception. One of the many artists anxious to capture these rapid, constant changes, he painted this vision of Berlin at the height of the First World War in an Expressionist style in which red is the dominant colour. In it he uses Cubist and Futurist devices, a very rigid perspective and overlapping figures to convey the frenzied pace of city life. Yet whereas other painters provide a highly optimistic interpretation, Grosz—marked by his personal wartime experience—offers us an apocalyptic vision, stressing the alienation of man as he plunges headlong towards self-destruction. Metropolis is a significant work on account of its underlying history.
20 awesome examples of street art If you still need a proof that art can be found anywhere, those awesome examples of great street art should convince you.